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Old April 29th, 2015, 04:40 PM
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Default Re: 292 engine pull

When I pulled the 292 out of my 64 I had the whole front clip off the truck(makes things alot easier), and be sure to find the bolts Under the rubber mounts on the engine...once those are off and the engine comes off the mounts...you only need to lift it about an inch...take your flywheel inspection cover off and take all the pressure plat bolts out 1 by one...have someone crank the engine over by hand so you can access the bolts from underneath...once the pressure plat is unbolted the engine will slide right out of the shaft without issue. Do be sure the tranny is in neutral just to help make things easier. Do all this while watching the oil pan distance between the cross member. Once out of the tranny lift straight up and have at it. lol What are your plans? Lopey cam and lump port head with sbc valves? I did a 292 so if you have questions PM me.

EDIT!!! Don't forget to unbolt the bell housing from the engine. lol My bad.
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